Academic Probation Instructions
Thank you for taking this important step in addressing your academic probation.
First-time freshman students placed on academic probation after their very first semester must participate in the Academic Success Institute, which will require multiple steps to help you regain good academic standing. You will receive an email with details and further instructions during the second week of January, after Registration & Records notifies you of your probation status.
All other students, you must first complete the online Academic Probation Tutorial, if you have not yet done so. Second, visit your college’s link (below), to view instructions for how to complete your academic advising requirement.
We wish you the best as you continue to advance toward your goals!
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